Zoom will open its second Indian technology center in Chennai

CHENNAI: Zoom Video Communications has announced plans to set up its second technology center in India, in Chennai.
The Chennai product center is part of Zoom’s expansion plans in India and will complement the existing technology center in Bangalore, in addition to Zoom’s two data centers in Mumbai and Hyderabad.
The Chennai plant will be led by Zoom’s global engineering teams based in San Jose, Californiathe head office and the center will work closely with them.
The company did not specify the center’s capacity and said it was still finalizing details such as location, size and others.
“The size of the center will depend on how many people we can hire… Recruitment for the center in Chennai is ongoing and we have already opened vacancies,” said Velchamy Sankarlingam, President of Products and Engineering at Zoom. YOU.
“India is strategic for us both in terms of a market for our products and as a location that supports our innovation and product development plans,” he added.
The new center in Chennai is planned to focus on the research and development of new products including the Zoom contact center and advanced technologies to create a communication platform that will mimic real-life immersive experiences for users. Zoom recently announced the launch of contact center software – Call Center – that helps manage all aspects of customer service in one easy-to-use tool.
“Zoom is today a preferred video platform for collaboration and connection used by millions of businesses and people around the world. Our constant focus on listening to our customers has helped us create a platform secure and reliable that meets their ever-changing needs,” said Sameer Raje, Managing Director and Head of India and SAARC Region at Zoom.
“We are excited to launch the second Technology Center and tap into India’s top talent, which will help us deliver a top-notch communications experience to our customers as we transition to a hybrid business world.”
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